Living in a fantasy world and damn happy about it.
This is a chapel in the middle of a cemetery. Nice and neat. Obviously seldom used. Windows are made with frosted glass – can’t see inside.
But one of the windows had a broken pane…
When I get old and have nothing to do (ha!), I'm going to learn to do woodworking like that - so cool!LJ
That is one fine lookin' pulpit! Great picture.
That is awesome. My dad used to wood carve before he started painting, but never made anything so large. I wish I had that talent. I'm going on a photo adventure this weekend. Maybe I'll come up with the most amazing thing to post next week.Love it Rach - you have a great eye.
I've done restoration work in older churches and the woodwork is sometimes just incredible... such as what you've got there.
I used to hang out in churches when life was tough when I was a kid. This takes me back. Old English Polish. Motes of dust on beams of light. Squeaky wood floors. Warm air. Quiet.Thanks.
I wrote a quick poem from your inspiration over at my place.
You broke that window, didn't you? I know you did, so just admit it!
That is just beautiful. It's a shame that no one gets to see it. I am glad you did not stick Barbie and make it look like she was looking out at us.
Great picture! I love those little old churches. Good thing, because I'm the pastor of one :) But when I see them I always think about the people and what their lives were/are like, and the church's life as well.
As always, lovely shots. Can't believe the inside of the church looks so pristine if it's seldom used. Not a cobweb in sight. My house should be so lucky.Been missing you on Prattle, Rach.
It has a rather haunting feel about it.
I love me some quarter-sawn oak, for sure...
Wow! I wish I could just spend a while in that place.
looks like where i got married... love those small old churches!
Seek and you shall find....knock and the pane shall fall out.
That is a beautiful picture. I love the perfect opportunity for a unique shot. Gorgeous.
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